Demi Moore Poses with Her Grown-Up Daughters in Cute Matching Black Outfits for Thanksgiving
Demi Moore and her daughters looked happy in matching costumes for Thanksgiving. The photos show how far they've come as a family.
Thanksgiving Day brought Demi Moore and her daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah Willis together. They could be seen looking cozy in pictures that showed them as one big happy family.
A DANCE TROOP IN BLACK
Rumer, the oldest child of the actress, shared a photo slide on Instagram that showed her, her sisters, and their mom, wearing matching black cashmere costumes from Naked Cashmere that sell for $700.
The women smiled, laughed, and made goofy faces while clutching their adorable looking puppies. The post got captioned,
"I love them so much, I forced them into matching cashmere cozies, so we could spend Thanksgiving looking like a dance troop."
The "Empire" star's followers applauded the beautiful family moment, calling it perfection. To celebrate the festive period further, Moore also took to Instagram to share a sweet moment with her girls from back in the day.
MOORE IS THANKFUL FOR HER GIRLS
The snap showed the mom-of-three dressed in a striped t-shirt, baggy shorts, strip socks, and sneakers holding on to two of her girls, while one lay on the floor, clutching her feet. In the caption, the actress wrote that she's thankful for her girls.
The photo by Demi Moore represents a time before the girls became estranged from their mother, and the one by Rumer shows how far they've come.
The actress and her daughters, excluding Scott, sat down last month with Jada Pinkett Smith on her Facebook Watch show, "Red Table Talk."
THEY OVERCAME THE DARK DAYS
The women opened up about their period of estrangement, and what led to it. Rumer noted that things began to change during her mother's marriage to Ashton Kutcher.
At the time, the actress got so consumed by her desire to have a child with her ex-husband that she neglected her daughters. The neglect led Moore's oldest child to believe that she and her sisters were not enough.
However, the younger women who were not as understanding as their older sister did not talk to the actress for three years.
In the "G.I. Jane" star's memoir "Inside Out," she wrote that those days were the darkest of her life, and she lost sight of everything.
It would appear that Moore and her daughters overcame those dark days. They found the strength to forgive each other, and are working together to heal, and forge ahead to the future.